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so i replaced the power supply and the video card....it still keeps cycling trying to boot up, the first time i turn it on it beeps than shows the gigabyte screen than immediately shuts down than keeps trying to load up again...i have already removed the battery to reset the cmos. Is the motherboard done, or possibly ram? i also reseated the cpu for the hell of it which made no difference.

By resetting the cmos that basically resets all the overclocks? if not is there a way to reset the board to factory?
Edited by kuziwk - 1/29/11 at 5:30pm
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try one stick of ram at a time. Try different slots, too.
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Originally Posted by KOBALT View Post
try one stick of ram at a time. Try different slots, too.
tried all that, i don't understand. I wont lie though, yesterday i had the computer working with the new video card, than i changed the ram voltages to 1.8 and back to 1066, also i put the video card pci ex slot from auto to fast. Now it boots to the gigabyte screen than reboots right before post so i cant get into bios than keeps cycling . I have reset cmos, so i don't think those changes i made did anything. I have also tried another stick of ram.
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Update: so it seems the motherboard on the first boot attempt goes to the screen than beeps, so i guess it is posting but immediately after shuts down and cycles. Can a dead cmos battery cause this?
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Update: so it seems the motherboard on the first boot attempt goes to the screen than beeps, so i guess it is posting but immediately after shuts down and cycles. this?
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